Interrail train services in Dublin due to resume on Thursday
Interrail services will resume on Wednesday morning, with passengers heading to Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Limerick City Airport for the return trip to Dublin.
Interrail has also announced that passengers travelling to Dublin Airport will be able to board their trains from Limerick.
InterRail has been operating since May 2021, with the first InterRail trains in operation in May 2020.
The service will run to Dublin, Cork and Limigo, between 4.30am and 6.30pm.
Interrail trains between Dublin, Limigo and Cork City have not yet been extended to Dublin City Airport.
The service between Dublin City and Limster will resume after 4.45pm on Thursday.
It will be the third scheduled InterRail service between Cork City and Dublin Airport.
The previous service was on May 29, 2019.
The train service between Limerick and Dublin will resume at 4.15am on Thursday and is expected to be fully operational by 11.30 am.
The service between Ireland’s two main cities, Cork City Airport and Dublin City, is expected be fully operating by 10.30 AM on Thursday morning.
In a press release, InterRail said it is “an essential part of the Dublin-Limerick commuter network”, which it said will be a “must for the long-term success of the region”.
“Our network is the largest in the country, with over 2.2 million passengers a day and our trains are always on time and punctual,” it said.
“I’m delighted to see that the service between the two cities will be fully restored to the public transport system. “
We look forward to continuing to work with Cork City’s mayor, the Minister for Transport and the local authorities to ensure a smooth return to service.”
“I’m delighted to see that the service between the two cities will be fully restored to the public transport system.
It’s good to have these services back on schedule,” Mr Fitzgerald said.
A spokesperson for the Dublin city council said it will be providing assistance to the authorities in the coming days.
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